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24ORE Business School

Tuesday April 30th, there will be the course Master Food & Wine Management of 24ORE Business School.

The teaching will be held by Marco Dal Medico, consultant at Key Project, and will be dedicated to “Operations and supply chain management”.

The Master Food & Wine is a training course aimed at young graduates who want to specialize and enter companies in the food and wine sector through a management path. The Master’s training course allows participants to acquire distinctive knowledge on topics such as management and business management, Finance and management control, marketing, communication and commercial development in the food and wine sector, Export Management strategies and strategic and operational elements for a start up in the food sector.

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Assolombarda Confindustria Milano Monza and Brianza

On February 26th at 5.00 pm at Assolombarda will take place the lesson “New skills to face the market” – Measures and tools for sale and placement.

Paolo Guzzetti, Partner Consultant at Key Project and lecturer at the Business Schools of Assolombarda, Formaper and Federmobili will take part in the teaching.

The meeting deals with the topical aspects of the commercial process in a situation of saturated markets and of greater and faster competition and aims to answer four questions:

  • The art of asking questions to get to know the interlocutors and to bring out even latent needs
  • Understanding how customers buy to learn how to sell
  • Successfully handle objections and questions
  • Governing the commercial process to make realistic forecasts
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University of Bologna

Antonio Benzi, Partner Consultant at Key Project, Adjunct Professor of the Economics, Management and Statistics School of the University of Bologna , will held the course “Digital Transformation” for the Master in Business Administration Part-time Weekend at Bologna Business School.

The Master in Business Administration Part-time Weekend aims at providing young, talented managers with all the tools required to accelerate a professional growth process.

The course also features lectures with professors from other prestigious European Business Schools and hands-on seminars, in order to provide a comprehensive view on themes that are of great interest for any organization aspiring to an international relevance.

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University of Bologna

“Logistics and Operations” course starts at Alma Mater Studiorum University in Bologna. The course is held by Antonio Benzi, Key Project Partner Consultant and Adjunct Professor of the School of Economics, Management and Statistics of the University of Bologna and Professor of Digital Transformation at Bologna Business School.

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IT Utility Forum

Antonio Benzi, Consultant and Professor at Scuola di Economia, Management e Statistica dell’Università di Bologna will be present at the meeting held by CPL CONCORDIA dedicated to gas distribution, gas and energy selling and water service management. On May 24th 2018 he will elaborate on Digital Transformation & Utilities: a necessary combination for service efficiency.

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Key Project Poland

Key Project opens a new office in Poland. This choice is the result of an important presence of all Key Project collaborators in this area, where more and more companies have decided to invest in new factories. Key Project thus guarantees a constant and continuous presence for all customers who are entering this new European economic reality.

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First CCIP Aperitif in Wroclaw

Last night at the Italian restaurant “Corso” in Wrocław, the first Italian aperitif in Lower Silesia was held, organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Italian Industry in Poland. The evening was a success: in addition to a large presence of members, among the 30 participants are the Honorary Consul Monika Kwiatosz, who gave his institutional greeting, the representatives of the American and German Chambers and the commercial director of the Wrocław airport. The participants had the opportunity to get to know each other, exchange contacts, business ideas and lay the base for future collaborations. Next CCIIP aperitif will be held on November 15th. The sponsor of the evening was Key Project Poland, new member of CCIIP and new reality on the Polish market of supply chain consultancy. Key Project is present on the Italian market since 17 years and has recently decided to embark on the adventure in Poland. Gazzetta Italia was also present at the aperitif through the figure of the director Sebastiano Giorgi.

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The Wroclaw National Museum hosts the annual dinner of the Chamber of Commerce

The annual Christmas dinner of the Chamber of Commerce and Italian Industry in Poland took place yesterday evening in the splendid setting of the Wroclaw National Museum. “Exactly one year ago, the Chamber of Commerce decided to invest in the Wroclaw area, which at that time had only 15 members. The success of this evening is the confirmation of the goodness of that idea, one year of work has increased the number of registered members in Wroclaw and the presence of over 100 participants in this event is a great success, “said Alessandro Saglio, CCIIP responsible of the Wroclaw office. During the dinner, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, Piero Cannas, gave the recognition for Italian Hospitality to seven restaurants: Corso Wine-Bar & Restaurant, Libertà 7 (in Wroclaw), Ristorante Osteria Le Botti (Tychy), Trattoria Flaminia, La Civetta, Pasta Fresca (in Warsaw). The evening, enlivened by the musician Jadwiga Tomczynska, was made possible by the collaboration of the sponsors Bank Zachodni WBK, 2 P, Key Project Poland, TP Reflex Polska, Italmetal, Cumiana Opony. “A special thanks to all the operational sponsors, ie the restaurants Libertà 7, Vivere Italiano, Pasticceria Rugantino, La Serenissima and Borgo Stayubeck.”